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Latest Molly Wei Items
A former Rutgers University student accused of using a webcam to spy on his roommate's intimate encounter with another man said Tuesday that his client is a kid, not a criminal, his lawyer said Tuesday in closing arguments.
A former Rutgers student who was charged with invasion of privacy for using a webcam to spy on another student says the paperwork got it wrong when she was arrested.
A former Rutgers University student was indicted Wednesday on a hate-crime charge after allegedly using a webcam to spy on a same-sex encounter involving his roommate, who committed suicide shortly afterward in a case that started a national conversation on bullying.
A former Rutgers University freshman was indicted Wednesday on a hate crime charge after allegedly using a webcam to spy on a same-sex encounter involving his roommate, who committed suicide shortly afterward in a case that started a national conversation on bullying.
The shocking suicide of a college student whose sex life was broadcast over the Web illustrates yet again the Internet's alarming potential as a means of tormenting others and raises questions whether young people in the age of Twitter and Facebook can even distinguish public from private.